[WTF] Just like your choice of words, your choice of emojis says a lot about yourself. There is finally a way to find out what your favorite digital images mean thanks to Emojinalysis. The Tumblr will give an insightful analysis of your life solely based on your name, age and of course a screen cap of your recently used emojis.
[WTF] This website does only one single thing but does it very well: head over to emoji.zone to see hundreds of emojis flying right at you. You can also move around the cursor to adjust the perspective and get an even more mesmerizing effect.
“Living with Lag”: this Oculus Rift project lets you experience how a slow Internet would disrupt your real life
[WTF] One of the most annoying things online is lag, the slow internet that causes delays and disrupt your surfing experience. To prove to which extent it can be disruptive, Swedish company Ume.net created an experiment which made four persons experience lag in real life.
[WTF] Have you ever thought of the origins of the bling worn by hip hop stars? Cecilia Azcarate and Ferdinando Verderi seem to think it could be from pre-16th Century art. Placed next to each other, the resemblance between ancient artworks and today's artists is striking.
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[WTF] MWEB #dinnercam is a portable photo studio for restaurant meals. Installed in Cape Town restaurant El Burro, the station will help you take the perfect food porn picture. Like we actually need it...
[WTF] In this series of animated GIFs, the unlikely pairing of a wolf and a unicorn is represented in basic 3D against a colorful and ever-changing background. Each GIF shows us a different aspect of this odd relationship, slowly building a complete narrative recounting their adventures.
[WTF] Classical works of art are reproduced by online sexcam performers. Addie Wagenknecht and Pablo Garcia spent a few hours each day asking on online chats "Would you like to pose for me?". The answer is obviously NSFW...
[WTF] A lifetime summed up through Google's autocomplete. The suggestions of a simple search for "I'm [age] and" give us a glimpse of the most common concerns affecting the millions of people using Google everyday.